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This theorem is a generalisation, due to Mal'tsev, of a group-theoretic construction called construction by generators and relations.
This was described group theoretically by Weyl and Wigner in terms of the group of permutations, and the former's approach to relativity theory was similarly group-theoretic.
French (1998, 1999, 2000) and Castellani (1998) have explored the ontological representation of the fundamental objects of physics in terms of sets of group-theoretic invariants by Cassirer, Eddington,
Second, Dedekind's approach to algebraic number theory could also be connected, in a natural way, with Evariste Galois 'revolutionary group-theoretic approach to algebra.
And this required not a philosophical argument about the nature of intution, but one formulated in group-theoretic conceptual form.
The main result of this project identifies and completely classifies a new class of fusion categories which, for the first time, contains non group-theoretic examples.
Steve’s comment: PCs are unoriented and I believe, in group-theoretic terms, would be a coset of the two oppositely-oriented forms in a quotient group.